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AVC Audio Breaking Up

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As long as FS is minimized the radio coms sound fine, but when FS is up, the audio starts to break up. I doubt it's a bandwidth problem, I'm on cable.I have an SB Audigy2, but my MB has onboard sound, which is disabled right now. I was thinking of enabling it and piping the AVC audio through it. That way I can use my headset with mic for ATC while FS's sound will come through the normal speakers. Has anyone done this? Will this solve the audio breaking up problem?

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Switch AVC from DIRECTSOUND to WAV and you should be ok.Let us know how that goes.

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If switching from Direct Sound to Wave and vice-versa does not work for you go ahead with what you suggested. I had exactly the same problem......I also have an Audigy 2 installed, with my onboard sound disabled. Although I fixed my AVC sound problem by getting a USB Headset, I belive using a different sound source from the Sim sounds should also fix it.Good luck

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>If switching from Direct Sound to Wave and vice-versa does>not work for you go ahead with what you suggested. I had>exactly the same problem......I also have an Audigy 2>installed, with my onboard sound disabled. Although I fixed my>AVC sound problem by getting a USB Headset, I belive using a>different sound source from the Sim sounds should also fix>it.>Good luckJust be advised that if you're onboard audio is a standard AC'97 hardware solution, FS9 will slow down some. AC'97 Onboard audio is an old non-accelerated standard that eats some CPU cycles in order to function. If, however, you are using a computer that relies on nVidia's onboard audio chipset solution (which is accelerated), this is not an issue and you can disregard. :)

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